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Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - April 3

POSTED: April 03, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

World Leaders Pledge $1.1 Trillion to Tackle Crisis

Budgets Approved, With No G.O.P. Votes

Bloomberg Makes Early, Aggressive Bid for Black Support

Education’s Odd Couple Do Their Act, and Provoke Controversy

No Laughing Matter at the Office


The Washington Post

Congress Approves Budget

Too Many Cars, and They're Not on the Road

What We're Not Talking About

D.C. Vote Memo Called Informal

Pr. George's Education Funds Face Possible Cut


Baltimore Sun

Dixon's lawyers move to have charges dismissed


Detroit Free Press

Who's stealing from Detroit's kids?

Help Bobb fix Detroit schools, or get out of his way

Just-published photos show aftermath of MLK killing


Los Angeles Times

Defying economy, New Orleans keeps rebuilding

Obama picks survey expert to run the census


Indianapolis Star

At town hall meeting, residents promote community spirit

Delphi retirees get health concession


Philadelphia Inquirer

Lawyer: Nutter only going after whites for taxes

Something's sinister in Obama's normalcy


The New York Daily News

Mayor Bloomberg: the Rev. Al Sharpton a 'calming influence on the city'

The Rev. Al Sharpton is the new sheriff politics needs

Rev. Al Sharpton's $500G link to education reform


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